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and visit the true community. thank you. >> thank you, mr. woods, i appreciate those comments. >> good afternoon, supervisors, genevieve, i met marily mondejar i would not have met my former boss, former speaker mar, i would not have developed the relationships to be the national cochair of the philipinos for justice. she helped me fight for my passion no matter how uncomfortable it may be. marily has the ability to organize the community. i highly recommend marila mondejar to the commission because of her experience with marginalized communities and the ability to organize and develop and because she will help the community fight for what they want and deserve and strengthening the physical, social and economic infrastructure of san francisco while doing so. >> thank you for being here. i see there is only two more speakers left, so i want to encourage anyone else that did not fill out a speaker card to at this point line up on the right-hand side, your left-hand side of the room. thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors, my name is ingrid merryweather, i am the president of a c
. >> katherine. >> i would like to echo mr. wooding's sentiments, all the people who worked on no on b. we love our parks. we think there are very serious issues that need to be addressed. we always look forward to working with the commission and department on these issues. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> is there anyone else who would like to make public comment? lewis, come on up. >> good afternoon commissioners. parks department. phil ginsberg and the general public. welcome to this timely recreation and park meeting. 10 a.m. usually these were in the afternoon when more people from the public could attend them. and it wasn't so conflicting with their schedule. i feel that is the plan and design of this commission and this recreation and park department, which is to circumvent public access and public comment. notifying the public with a timely manner within the brown act, something that this government seems to circumvent. many, many violations of the sunshine department are routine in this recreation and park department. cultivating the desecration of western culture. that is what is going
you, mr. moscone. >> good afternoon, supervisors, my name is robert woods and i would like to say this, that it's not the candidates that i speak towards, the candidates are very much so qualified. i speak to the process in terms of how those names was developed. when the commission, the successor commission, have a meeting and no one shows up in the meeting is canceled and then you come here and you see people being nominated and the community have not been involved in it other than within their little close circles and i say to you that we look forward to them being on board but we question, we will question the decisions that they make because the decisions that they make will affect the community and since we did not have any input up front, we will question them and we will want to know why and who developed, who there in the car with in terms of who they make these decisions for. and that's what we have been missing in the community. we have not been missing representatives but we've been missing some type of tangibles that give the community some type of hope. right now, like
any idea of the voting registration of ambassador stevens, shawn smith, mr. woods, mr. dougherty. i have no idea how many of these folks were registered. for me it's not a matter of a partisan issue. we have four dead americans. i am trying for the life of me to understand how would we say -- and i read, it's a wild way show. nobody's been charged. we are in a host country to get the price of assets we need. what in the world for rethinking? why would allow people and make her by scrambled volatile? who made the decision? what i find out in this administration is nobody had anything to do with it. if you had anything to do with it, if they had something to do with i made the decision. either one of you. >> with that said colony to make sure -- >> are you every of the gao request in 2093 review? because they thought he was a strategic review of our embassies there were not taken them as a security problem. and if you weren't that? gao said the department of state has not responded or done the review. i find it interesting or going to do the review. i want to ask you in addition to th
for disability rights, ted kennedy jr. he's also founder and president of the lemar wood group. mr. thornberg, let me start with you. explain what this treaty is and why it's important. and make your case why it's important to sign on to it? >> this extends to 650 million people around the world. that's the model. and it's important to maintain america's lead ership position n this important human rights issue. it's important for us to continue to be a role model for nations around the world who are not providing the opportunities and guaranteeing the rights. >> like all treaties, this has to be ratified by the united states senate. you need a, i believe, two-thirds, to get this ratified, so you need 66 votes here. explain some of the opposition and what do you understand and are trying to push back gently on? >> first, it's terrific to be on your show, truck. i appreciate you bringing attention to this watershed moment in this area of disability and human rights and i'm thrilled to be here with my long time friend governor dick thornberg with whom i've worked on disability rights issues for
lassie out of the woods. i will, and thanks, mr. washburn. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ lassie, what is it? what's the matter? ♪ there's nobody out there. here, go on. you just take a look. ♪ lassie, come here! ♪ ♪ here, girl! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, i'm so glad you're back. one of those wolves came back and lassie chased it off into the woods. she's been gone now nearly two hours. two hours?! gosh, dad, lassie wouldn't stay away that long unles something's happened. we'd better take a look around. timmy has to be back in church by seven, so we haven't got much time. i'll come along with you. - alright. i better get my gun and a couple of flash lights. here, dear. hold these, please. ♪ ♪ lassie! - here, girl! ♪ lassie! dad! dad, look! it looks like blood. and it may be lassie's! now timmy, don't jump top conclusions. - more than
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this printed material being discarded has also been part of my work. of course, always wood or any kind of plastic form or anything like that. >> job mr. some of the pieces you have made while you have been here. -- taught me through some of the pieces you have made while you have been here. >> the first thing that attracted me to this was the printed surface. it was actually a poster. it was a silk screen watercolor, about 8 feet long. in terms of the flatwork, i work with a lot of cloddish. so being able to cut into it come at into it, removed parts, it is part of the process of negotiating the final form. >> how do you jump from the two dimensional work that you create to the three-dimensional? maybe going back from the 3f to 2d. >> everything is in the process of becoming. things are never said or settled. the sculptures are being made while i am doing the collages, and vice versa. it becomes a part of something else. there's always this figuring out of where things belong or where they could parapets something else. at the end goal is to possibly see one of these collage plans be b
him. bad news for the four dead americans. steins, smith, doherty and woods. hillary's testimony is months overdue. i hope mrs. clinton backs up her promise and "i take full responsibility for benghazi." i hope you do, madam secretary. i hope you don't let the men die without answers. i hope a lot. in sports and business once you hope, you have already lost. she will come back and testify. then what? >> kimberly: this is disappointing. why do we put a push on for her to come do the right thing. this f she has a health issue, she has a health issue. concussion, memory loss? i don't know. this you seems suspicious. >> eric: you call this a mess. >> andrea: i don't buy this. i am not sure if she testifies we get answers anyway. clinton are not always the most forthcoming in testimony when they are sworn under oath. i hope the g.o.p. senators can three questions. the first, why wasn't the consulate secured after the two attacks. or why weren't they pulled outer consulate closed? why weren't there answers? i hope she answers them. >> kimberly: who ordered them to stand down? did you t
. they're not on out of the woods completely, but i think mrs. miracle understood that the costs of a break-up, notably let by a greece exit were too high, higher than keeping greece in. >> and who were some of the past winners? what in your point of view is the most important criteria for picking person of the year? what is this supposed to represent? >> it's an important contribution to innovation. we've had receive jobs, for example, as person of the year. we earlier, five years ago, we had picked shawn claude trichet, the then president of the european central bank because he led the central bank response in 2001. so i think it's someone who has made a decisive, positive contribution to economic policy, public policy and that is probably why we wouldn't choose the north korean lead, who just let up a north korean missile this week. >> are there any regrets over choosing trichet now? >> i don't think so. he played an important role. we think mr. draghi has been somewhat bolder in his approach, notably through the money transactions which are designed to intervene in the bond m
, i did my due diligence on mr. schmidt, and i could not find anywhere in wikipedia or elsewhere online what his middle name is. but if another one of his obvious is cutting and splitting wood. in addition, gary d. schmidt is author of the newberry honor and -- the newbery honor winning the wednesday awards and okay for now, a national book award finalists in 2011, and it gives me great pleasure to introduce gary d. schmidt. ♪ >> good evening. over these last few months i've had the privilege of being the chair of the committee organized to choose national book awards for young peoples literature. in these months we read something over 325 books for young readers ranging from fiction books for the very young reader to paranormal books for the young adult. lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of paranormal books for young adults. [laughter] it was a remarkable journey, and along the way we found books that shook us, that filled us with joy and gladness, that summoned us to courage and to wonder, that use of language in a astounding ways that surprise us of what narr
. this is a bipartisan effort. i am very delighted that it is because i think it is very important. thank you, mr. chairman, and thanks to all the wood as for being here. it is not only about the nfl, it is not only about human growth hormone, this hearing is about millions of young people throughout this country and high-school and college who look up to professional athletes and the blanks the young people go to emulate their role models. -- and the lengths young people go to to emulate their role models. they have dreams about being lawyers, teachers, or a congressman. i have seen their smiling faces at graduation. i see them at the bus stops at 6:00 in the morning trying to get to practice. i see them coming home later from practice. they tell me about burning the late hours doing homework, dead tired. they are dedicated, they are smart, and they have amazing potential. that word potential is a very significant word. i have often said that our children are the living messages they send it to a future we will never see. the question is, whether we will send them there with diabetes, will we se
? i said there was a man here with a gun and he went away with mr. vance to rob the co op. he locked lassie and me up in the wood shed, we just broke out. well, timmy it's a good story no doubt about it. but the first thing you've got to learn about reporting is that the newspaper must have facts not fiction. i mean the stories have to real, you can't make them up. but i'm not making it up, honest i'm not mr. caldwell. i heard them plan the whole thing, clear as anything. if you won't believe me maybe, sheriff miller will. now timmy, suppose the sheriff went out on this wild goose chase and supposing an emergency came up while he was gone and he was really needed. how would you feel then? i admire your zeal timmy but why don't you just stick to getting subscriptions, huh? now goodbye, timmy. i guess i'll have to help lassie stop that robbery myself. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ alright, where is it? over here. ♪ it's a real old timer, eddie. this ought to be a cinch for you. for me? you're the expert. go on, eddie, time's a wasting. my fingerprints will be all over it. what else, you don't
projects funded at fort leonard wood. in addition the bill continues support for the family of lone range strike bomber programs including the b-2. mr. chairman, i'm proud to vote for this legislation and continue to praise for our troops and thank them for their service and sacrifice. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington. mr. smith: thank you, mr. chairman. i yield two minutes to the gentleman from north carolina, mr. mcintyre, the ranking member on the sea power subcommittee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from north carolina. mr. mcintyre: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i rise today in support of the national defense authorization conference report. i appreciate the hard work of chairman mckeon and ranking member smith and that of my counterpart, chairman akin, on the sea power projection subforces committee of which i serve as ranking member. among other important measures this report provides a 1.7% pay raise, well deserved for our military service members, and authorizes nearly $11 billion which is almost $160 million more than the presi
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